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Important Note: Newport is a closed school. Families must first prove residency & enroll with the district before registering for classes at Newport.

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Welcome to Newport!

Office/Support STAFF

  • Dion Yahoudy – Principal
  • Devin Barrett – Asst Principal
  • Harland Warrior – Asst Principal
  • Thomas O’Connor – Asst Principal
    (Pe – Z)
  • Haygen Morton – Asst. Principal Sec.
  • Wendy Woodard – Office Manager
  • Counselors
    • Carolyn Edwards (A – Cr);
    • Heather Erickson (Cu – Hu)
    • Sierra Suh (Hua – Lim);
    • Tania Maxfield (Lin – Pa)
    • Karen Schulz (Pe – Tan); Emilie Bosone (Tar – Z)
  • Counseling Secretary, Mai-Tram Huynh
  • Registrar, Ah-Sim Aldridge
  • Nurse, Daphne Tu
  • Athletic Director, Jesse Snyder


  • Visit the athletics and individual sport’s page on Newport website for Tryout Info.
Fall Sport Head Coach 1st Practice
1st Practice
Cross Country (Boys) Jonathan Lafler Aug 23 Aug 22
Cross Country (Girls) Kayla Evans Aug 23 Aug 22
Football Drew Oliver Aug 18 Aug 17
Golf (Boys)* Frank Nimmo Aug 23 Aug 22
Soccer (Girls)* Tina Vincent Aug 23 Aug 22
Swim & Dive (Girls) Eric Bartleson Aug 23 Aug 22
Tennis (Boys) Barb Sneckner Aug 23 Aug 22
Volleyball* Zeke Hsu Aug 23 Aug 22
Water Polo (Boys) Farrah Kunkel Aug 23 Aug 22
Cheer*^  Jennetta Blake Spring 2021 Spring 2022
Drill*^ Savanah Atabelo Spring 2021 Spring 2022


Winter Sport  Head Coach 1st Practice
1st Practice
Basketball (Boys)* Mark Prince Nov 15 Nov 14
Basketball (Girls)* Cuong Luu Nov 15 Nov 14
Gymnastics ** Stacy Nemcher-Rendon Nov 8 Nov 7
Swim & Dive (Boys) Eric Bartleson Nov 15 Nov 14
Wrestling (Boys) Michael Chenoweth Nov 15 Nov 14
Wrestling (Girls) Michael Chenoweth Nov 15 Nov 14

* indicates cut sport
**cuts may be required should athletes not possess the skills to participate safely

Spring Sport Head Coach 1st Practice
1st Practice
Badminton (Girls) Peter Lee Feb 28 Feb 27
Baseball* Brad Files Feb 28 Feb 27
Golf (Girls)* Jeff Kent Feb 28 Feb 27
Lacrosse (Boys) Trevor Rainville Feb 21 Feb 20
Lacrosse (Girls) Carli Weinberg Feb 21 Feb 20
Soccer (Boys)* Mike Williams Feb 28 Feb 27
Softball* Mike Hirai Feb 28 Feb 27
Tennis (Girls) Barb Sneckner Feb 28 Feb 27
Track & Field (Boys) Jonathan Lafler Feb 28 Feb 27
Track & Field (Girls) Kayla Evans Feb 28 Feb 27
Water Polo (Girls) Farrah Kunkel Feb 28 Feb 27

* indicates cut sport

Newport Events

  • Welcome Back assembly (first assembly of the year)
  • Homecoming assembly (find out the homecoming theme)
  • Homecoming dance (informal dance)
  • Winterfest assembly
  • TOLO dance (typically, girls ask boys- it is the first and only formal dance of the year)
  • Springfest assembly (compete against other classes to see who is the most spirited!)
  • Farewell assembly (say goodbye to the seniors)
  • Theater and Music productions put on by Newport drama and music departments (happen throughout the year)

Newport Spirit!

  • Fridays- wear your red and gold!
  • Buy your Grad Year spirit gear online (“Class Sweats”). Link available on Taking Care of Business Day

Newport Clubs

  • Great way to get involved and meet new friends!
  • Newport has 60+ clubs
  • Club list on Newport website and posted outside the Athletic Office
  • Club Fair in 3rd week of school.
  • Don’t see a club you like? Create your own!
    • ASB Office for Club Approval Process

New Crew Orientation for new students 

  • New Crew is:
    • A group of volunteer students who welcome students new to the school and hope to coordinate events throughout the year for transfer students to ask questions and connect
    • Matched with a New Crew member
    • Will help you adjust to Newport the first couple weeks
  • New Crew Tours in September
  • Important Dates to Know
    • Taking Care of Business Day in late August (photos, spirit purchases, etc.)
    • Check NHS Website for Grade Level & Alpha Assigned Time
    • New Crew Tours for 10th, 11th, 12th grade families in August
  • Find first day information here:
  • 9th and 10th grade Orientation typically the first day of school
  • Curriculum Night in September (typically with virtual options)
  • Homecoming Week in October (game & dance)
  • Keep an eye out for other events on Student Leadership Social Media, School Posters & Fliers, In-class announcements, and the NHS Website!


Why the PTSA is You!

  • Parents and families are a key component of the “P” in the PTSA.
    • We need you to join PTSA as either an Individual ($15) or a Family ($25) member.
    • We need our parents to make our good school great.
    • Family and community engagement is a proven difference between a good and great school.
  • All high school students are honorary members. They add the “S” and is why we are a PTSA and not just a PTA. Students are a key part of our association. OUR VISION IS TO MAKE EVERY CHILD’s POTENTIAL A REALITY. It is this vision that has us making significant grants each year to provide a richer learning environment and experiences to our Knights.
  • Teachers make up the “T” in our PTSA. At Newport, they take an active role in partnering with families to help our students thrive. Come to our meetings and learn how and why this happens.

Student Support, Awards & Scholarships

    • Juniors and Seniors who earn an additional 100 community service hours
    • Application due in May each year
    • Information supplied in Daily Bulletins and on the PTSA website
    • Available to Seniors who have been awarded Knight Valor
    • $1000 scholarship awarded to one male and one female Senior
    • Academic Scholarship and Alice Hurd Memorial Scholarship
    • Awarded to seniors at six high schools in BSD
    • Application deadline in March.
    • PTA competition in Visual Arts, Photography, Music Composition, Literature and Film
    • NHS deadline for submissions

Community Service Opportunities for Parents & Students

    • Thursday August 25th
    • Still need volunteers, no experience necessary
    • Various days throughout the year
    • Handing out schedules, lockers assignments, laptop distribution
    • Monthly lunches provided for staff
    • Staff appreciation week in May
    • Need food and water donations through the year
    • Help with set up and clean up

Annual Ski Swap
November – Veteran’s Day Weekend

  • Veteran’s Day Weekend, four-day event
  • 33 years strong
  • Consignment sale of ski and snowboard goods
  • Supports grants, tutoring, and counseling services
  • Several hundred volunteers needed over the 4-day period; great chance to meet people
  • Student volunteer earn hours they can apply to community service hours for graduation, Knight Valor and honor society requirements
  • Sign ups will be posted in October

Curriculum Night Fundraiser Classroom Bucks

  • Additional fundraiser for grants and counseling services
  • Donation options:
    • When signing up for membership
    • Curriculum night
    • Anytime via PTSA website
    • Tax-deductible donation
  • Classroom Grants for the 2021-2022 school year
    • Dozens of individual grants awarded to teachers and staff
    • $50,000 budgeted in total grants
    • $43,000 to the school for tutoring, counseling & communication support
    • Visit the PTSA website for the link to view all the grants awarded


Membership Meetings with Guest Speakers

First Meeting in September 

  • Final budget approval for current school year
  • Committee and volunteer opportunities
  • School year activities

Guest speakers at meetings throughout the year include:

  • Principal and vice principals
  • District representatives
  • Counselors
  • BSD Foundation representative
  • Students & Teachers

Join Today

  • VISIT OUR Questions WEBSITE AT to join PTSA and check out our calendar and resources for students and parents.
  • NO MORE PAPER FORMS –Self register online
  • Join PTA, donate to classroom bucks, help with staff appreciation meals
  • Enrich your students’ experience, learn about how to help your student reach their potential, and build a community of belonging around your student AND your family.


  • Karen Rhatigan & Mei Chen, PTSA Co-Presidents
  • Email us at [email protected] or
  • Stop by PTSA table on TCOB day and Curriculum Night
  • Join us for a Potluck Picnic at Lake Sammamish State Park in August (details available in July)..
  • Attend PTSA membership meetings (often virtual or hybrid)
The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.